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Isn't She Great?
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Isn't She Great?

By Korda, Michael

Audioworks, 2000-01-01. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 0671045768 From Library JournalKorda narrates this selection of excerpts from his autobiography, Another Life. The producer has somewhat misleadingly titled this production Isn't She Great and slapped pictures of Bette Midler and Nathan Lane on the cover, attempting to capitalize on the recent film about Jacqueline Susann's career as an author. Indeed, Korda did serve a term as Susann's editor, an experience he relates in the first segment. However, this is not ultimately, or even mostly, about Susann; it's a story about Korda, a man who has worked with many interesting and important writers as an editor for Simon & Schuster, and concerns the changes the publishing industry has undergone in the latter half of the 20th century. Promoting this as an audiobook only about Susann sells Korda and other authors he's worked withAJoan Crawford and Graham Greene among themAshort. His tales are interesting and written with a good eye for detail and humor. He is an excellent reader, and hearing the words in the voice of the author always adds to a memoir. With high production values, a fine abridgment, appropriate pauses between sections, and well-timed side breaks, this is recommended.AAdrienne Furness, Genesee Community Coll., Batavia, NYCopyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc.From AudioFileMichael Korda editor, for Simon & Schuster, tells all! ISN'T SHE GREAT describes his adventures working with Jacqueline Susann and others, including Joan Crawford and Graham Greene. Korda's rapid-fire descriptions of his encounters and problems sweep the listener into the glitz and excitement of the world of publishing. With the vignettes and Korda's contagious enthusiasm, the listener is left wondering what the abridgment and the movie left out. M.B.K. ?

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Clear and Present Danger
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Clear and Present Danger

By Tom Clancy

Simon & Schuster Audioworks, 1989-10-01. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 0671689290 From Publishers WeeklyWhen a U.S. president decides that drug smuggling has become a "clear and present danger" to national security, the response is a complex and covert military campaign against the "Colombian Cartel." "The dean of techno-thrillers demonstrates once again his mastery of the genre," stated PW .Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.New York TimesThe issues raised are real ones, and a jump ahead of the headlines. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Model Behavior
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Model Behavior

By McInerney, Jay

Audio Literature, 1998-09-01. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 0787118222 From Publishers WeeklyThe protagonists of these witty stories tend to be outsiders, never quite at home in their seemingly glamorous milieus: a young New York movie reviewer who hopes to sell screenplays in Hollywood; a famous actor who visits his wife at a mental institution; an aspiring writer who becomes a crackhead and lives among Manhattan's transvestite hookers. Connor McKnight, the hero of the first-person novel from which the collection takes its title, is no exception to this rule. He abandons his study of Zen and Japanese literature to write for a celebrity magazine in Manhattan and live with a model. At the same time, his best friend, Jeremy Green, a brooding, self-consciously Jewish short-story writer, becomes an unwilling socialite and fears jeopardizing his artistic reputation. Always scrupulous in demonstrating the comparative in-ness of his out-crowd, McInerney impresses here with his trenchant humor and keen eye for detail, as he vengefully skewers the New York literary scene and other, equally unforgiving cliques. (In a typical exchange, Jeremy asks whether Christopher Lehmann-Haupt is Jewish, then complains, "What's-her-fucking-name hates everybody except Anne fucking Tyler and Amy fucking Tan. I don't stand a chance. Wrong initials, wrong sex.") Although the novel ends abruptly and the seven stories, which span McInerny's career, seem tacked on, there is no question but that the aging 1980s wunderkind follows the scene of his early glory (Bright Lights, Big City) with a more savage, jaundiced eye. Say what you will, McInerny has few peers in chronicling a certain segment of contemporary society that he loves and hates at the same time.Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.From Library JournalMcInerney's sixth novel and accompanying seven short stories are sheer delights. Common motifs include smart young men with lots to learn, especially in matters of the heart; fast and hard living, whether in obscurity or celebrity; and painful personal betrayals. After detouring to larger themes and time spans with The Last of the Savages (LJ 4/15/96), the author returns to New York, popular culture, and characters aptly described as "glib depressives on parade." The novel details a tumultuous year in the life of its narrator, Connor McKnight, a thirtysomething celebrity magazine writer. Philomena, his model girlfriend, leaves him to live with the actor he has been trying to interview; his best friend, Jeremy, dies?but not before revealing that he and Philomena indulged in a major flirtation; Connor is arrested for head-butting the actor; and his sister Brooke, a sad anorexic, is sliced with a boxcutter by a stalker-fan of Connor. Though seemingly calamitous, all is done with deft humor. Highly recommended.-?Sheila M. Riley, Smithsonian Inst. Libs., Washington, DCCopyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.The New York Times Book Review, A.O. ScottMcInerney, after four attempts to make good on the extravagant promise of Bright Lights, seems to have decided to play the first act over again, this time more compactly and with a bit more of what we in the 90's like to call "edge." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.Entertainment Weekly, Benjamin SvetkeyTrue, the terrain is not altogether unfamiliar, but so what? Frankly it's a kick having McInerney back in town. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.The Wall Street Journal, Kyle Pope...flashes of wit grace the writing in this book.... It's an entertaining read that, ultimately, feels a bit empty. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.From AudioFileRichard Cox rises to the challenges of Jay McInerney's latest work of fiction. The brief novel is made up of text blocks ranging from a single sentence to a couple of pages, each with its own subhead and varying points of view. But what could have been disorienting for the listener somehow isn't, thanks to Cox's changes of intonation and voices that define the characters without overacting. The novel's antihero, celebrity-tracking magazine writer Connor McKnight, is a mix of New York cool and hopeless ennui. Cox is totally convincing in his portrayal of the latter trait, and, although his cool is occasionally a bit too "kewl," he would make an ideal reader for any McInerney novel. D.B. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine

$5.14

No Safe Place
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No Safe Place

By Patterson, Richard North

Random House Audio, 1998-08-22. Audio Cassette. Good. Audio Cassette

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Drink with the Devil
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Drink with the Devil

By Higgins, Jack

Audio Literature, 1996-05-01. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 0787109665 From Publishers WeeklySean Dillon, master of disguise and steady Higgins hero (Angel of Death, etc.), returns for another go against political mayhem in the author's latest action-fest. A 1985 hijacking of gold bullion, masterminded by Irish Protestant terrorist Michael Ryan, ends with the ship that's carrying the booty sinking off Ireland. Ryan and his niece Kathleen flee to America while their presumed henchman, seemingly a sailor but actually a disguised Dillon, then an IRA enforcer, ostensibly returns to sea. Ten years later, Ryan is sprung from an American medical prison by a Mafia lawyer intent on retrieving the bullion. Soon the gold is the object of desire of the mob, a retired IRA chief of staff and British Intelligence, for whom Dillon now works. The cheeky, pint-sized Dillon tends toward occasional stage Irishness, and the other characterizations aren't much deeper, but readers riveted by Higgins's mastery of plot and pace won't mind at all. Winding up with a jaunty noir bounce, this is splendid high pulp-in other words, vintage Higgins. BOMC main selection. (June) ~ FYI: Two Sean Dillon novels, On Dangerous Ground and Eye of the Storm, will air later this year on Showtime as TV movies, starring Rob Lowe as Dillon.Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.From Library JournalThe fifth Sean Dillon adventure (the last was Angel of Death, LJ 3/1/95) finds the former terrorist involved with a group of Irish Protestant paramilitaries in 1985 as they hijack a truck carrying #100 million in gold bullion. Ten years later, Sean is working for British Intelligence when he is ordered to go after the gold again. Now he is to prevent the bullion from disrupting the peace between the Catholics and Protestants. Dillon, boss Brigadier Ferguson, and partner Hannah Bernstein must also deal with the Mafia. They ask 85-year-old Liam Devlin for help, and the IRA legend of past Higgins books is only too pleased to participate. The excitement never lags as each side double-crosses the others. Sean is too perfect, however, and the surprise ending is not a surprise. Even so, it is fun getting there. Recommended for popular collections.Andrea Lee Shuey, Dallas P.L.Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.From BooklistIn this sequel to the Sean Dillon saga (see Angel of Death ), the secret agent saves the peace in Northern Ireland through an ingenious masquerade that exploits his past as a dependable IRA man. Flash back to 1985 when Dillon, alias Michael Keogh, is sent by the Provos to infiltrate their archenemy, the Unionists. After ingratiating himself by knee-capping some Catholics, "Keogh" discovers an interesting plot afoot: his "comrade" Ryan plans to heist gold bullion in England, ship it back to Ulster, and finance his group's war against the IRA. Unfortunately, the plan founders along with the ship during a shoot-out; Keogh and Ryan trudge ashore to continue the story. Ten years pass, finding Ryan, the only one who knows the location of the shipwreck, doing time for killing an American police officer, while Keogh/Dillon has turned coats, working now, for no apparent motivation, for England's prime minister. The author is betting that his readers want action rather than explanation, which they get, courtesy of an unlikely plot accelerator: Ryan's trade of his knowledge for the Mafia's help in a jailbreak. Soon all parties converge over the old bones of the ship, but the gold is gone! You can bet it turns up somewhere else, but not until Dillon demonstrates his skill with a gun and in undercover work, the basis of his continuing appeal to Higgins' readers. Gilbert Taylor --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.From Kirkus ReviewsOnetime terrorist Sean Dillon goes for the gold once more, in a tired, overgalvanized treasure hunt aimed at die-hard Higgins regulars. Before he beat his IRA sword into the plowshare of Her Majesty's Secret Service, Dillon (Angel of Death, 1995, etc.) managed to infiltrate loose-cannon Irish Protestant Michael Ryan's plot to steal ?50 million in gold bullion to purchase weapons for the Loyalist cause. Ryan and his teenaged niece Kathleen, not realizing their strong right arm ``Martin Keogh'' was actually IRA stalwart Dillon, planned to hijack a gold shipment and transport the booty by sea to the Emerald Isle. But a dispute with the Ryans' other hirelings, the mercenary captain and crew, left the Irish Rose sunk in 90 feet of water. Now, ten years later, a lot of people suddenly get interested in the sunken treasure all over again. Mafia Don Antonio Russo wants to break Ryan out of a New York prison, where he's serving 25 years for shooting a cop, in return for the coordinates of the Irish Rose. Jack Barry, Dillon's old boss before he retired as IRA Chief of Staff, thinks the gold (now worth ?100 million) would come in handy in arming the Provos. The Ryans, forced into partnership with the hated Barry and the Mafia godfather, are just waiting for the moment when they can grab the loot that should have been theirs. And Dillon, now working for Brigadier Charles Ferguson and Chief Inspector Sarah Bernstein in the cause of peace, can't afford to let anybody else get their hands on the gold. With all these cross-plotters bustling about waving their Walthers, the scene is set for one of those patented Higgins climaxes in which the blood will flow like Bushmills. This time, though, the cast--even spitfire Kathleen Ryan, who comes across as one more dead-eyed avenger--seems glazed and over-rehearsed, as if they've run the familiar story through one Saturday matinee too many. (Book-of-the-Month Club main selection) -- Copyright ?

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The Matlock Papers
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The Matlock Papers

By Ludlum, Robert

Random House Audio, 1990-09-12. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 039458788X Review"A sure winner...fast paced, suspenseful, and bound to keep you turning the pages." --The Denver PostFrom the Paperback edition. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.Book DescriptionWashington had been working its data banks and computers overtime. Finally, the machines came up with a name: James Barbour Matlock, the perfect man for the assignment.This assignment was to cause Matlock and his loved ones great pain. But the soundless machines and the faceless men didn't care as long as a conspiracy called Nimrod was destroyed."A 110% story all in overdrive, extraordinarily readable ...Ludlum writes better and better." (Kirkus Reviews) --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.

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Heartstone

By Margolin, Phillip

Random House Audio, 1996-08-01. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 0553474081 Review"I was somewhat reminded of In Cold Blood, but in some ways, I think this is a better book...It's fascinating reading--the classic 'page-turner'--and I admit to being stunned and shocked at the unexpected ending."--Dorothy Uhnak, author of The InvestigationProduct DescriptionFrom Phillip Margolin, New York Times bestselling author of Gone, But Not Forgotten, comesa shattering novel that begins with two vicious murders--and ends in a web of corruption, lies,and twisted passions. Richie Walters, all-american boy. Elaine Murray, cheerleader. They madethe perfect couple. And that evening out at Lookout Point--Richie fumbling at the buttons of herblouse, Elaine thrilled and terrified--They were about to take the final step. But the step wouldnever be taken. Richie Walters would die that night--die in a hot and savage ecstasy ofviolence. Elaine Murray too would die. But not that night. Or the next. She would live long enough to know just how lucky Richie had been...

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Hard Fall
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Hard Fall

By Pearson, Ridley

Random House Audio, 1992-01-01. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 0553470027 From Publishers WeeklyGood background detail about terrorism gives Pearson's ( Probable Cause ) new thriller an edge, as he juggles dramatic forensic revelations with taut, sometimes melodramatic personal relationships. Pearson pits FBI agent Cameron Daggett, obsessed with capturing the terrorist responsible for the Lockerbie-style plane bombing that killed his parents and paralyzed his son, against German terrorist Anthony Kort, a member of the radical environmental vigilante group Der Grund. Kort plots to kill the CEO of companies dealing with EisherWorks, a German firm implicated in a toxic waste disaster that led to the death of his wife and infant. Daggett's nose for scientific evidence connects the murder of a flight instructor at Seattle Duhning Aircraft with the capture of a high-ranking member of Der Grund in Washington, D.C. The trail heats up in L.A. with the explosion and crash ("hard fall") of a plane carrying hazardous chemicals. Daggett and sexy explosives expert Lynn Greene track Kort and his right-hand woman Monique to D.C., where remnants in the wreckage suggest that they plan to blow up a second plane--very soon. Daggett's loved ones become pawns in a race to the photo-finish showdown at National Airport. The male-bonding antics hover around frat-house level, and Pearson freely plays loose with standard FBI procedures, but all in all this is an entertaining read. Major ad/promo; Reader's Digest Condensed Book; BOMC selection.Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.From Kirkus ReviewsComing back strong from last year's ragged Probable Cause, Pearson turns in a tale of international terrorism that offers the sort of breakneck action, mature characterization, and tight forensic detail that made Undercurrents (1988) a police-procedural classic. The story opens with a literal bang as hero Cameron Daggett's FBI superior opens a booby-trapped suitcase and blows himself and Daggett's chief link to German radical environmental-terrorist Anthony Kort to kingdom come. The foul-up particularly irks Daggett because he's sure that Kort is responsible for the airplane bombing two years back that killed Daggett's parents and left his son Duncan a paraplegic. Daggett picks up Kort's trail again, though, after the German questions and kills a Seattle flight instructor and then somehow causes the crash of a plane taking off from L.A.'s LAX--a crash that, after complex forensic deduction, Daggett and his new sidekick, alluring FAA agent Lynn Greene, eventually pinpoint to poison gas released on the plane. Tracing Kort to D.C., Daggett and Greene realize that the German plans to down another plane. The pair give chase even as, right under Daggett's nose, Kort sets about seducing Daggett's live-in girlfriend, Caroline, who responds warmly in retaliation for Daggett's growing interest in Greene. Stealing Caroline's keys, Kort sneaks into Daggett's house, kidnaps crippled Duncan, and then fakes his own death in order to divert Daggett from discovering his goal: to crash a plane into the Pentagon, where five leading industrial polluters will be meeting. But as the minutes to the ``hard fall'' of the plane tick down, Kort still hasn't figured on Caroline's furious love for Duncan or on Daggett's rage for revenge at any cost.... Not as psychologically probing as Undercurrents, and hampered by the far-fetched premise, but, overall, a well-oiled thriller with every gear smoothly spinning at top speed. -- Copyright ?

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The Stars Shine Down
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The Stars Shine Down

By Sheldon, Sidney

Audio Literature, 1992-09-01. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 1558004920 From Publishers WeeklyImagine Donald Trump as a drop-dead gorgeous woman and you'll have an approximate image of Lara Cameron, the heroine of Sheldon's latest--barely tepid--potboiler. A super-successful real estate developer, Lara has made millions of dollars--and a few enemies--in her ascent from a childhood of deprivation to the upper echelons of the business world. When she falls in love with a renowned concert pianist, she sets about "winning" him as she would a prime piece of waterfront property. But her ties to a lawyer with Mafia connections and her shady way of doing business threaten her happiness and eventually her income and reputation. In settings that vary from Canada to Chicago and New York, bestselling novelist Sheldon ( The Other Side of Midnight, Rage of Angels ) brings real zest to the high-stakes poker game that provides the novel's backdrop. But his pancake-flat characters are as insubstantial as the paper fortunes that drive the real estate business. Moreover, the characters have an annoying tendency to speak in overwrought cliches; sounding for all the world like Scarlett O'Hara, young Lara laments, "Someday . . . I will have my own land, and no one--no one--will ever take it away from me." Frankly, by the final chapter, readers won't give a damn. First serial to Cosmopolitan; Literary Guild main selection.Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.From AudioFileThis rags-to-riches tale features Lara Cameron and the men in her life who either help or hinder her in her rise from boardinghouse tenant in Glass Bay, Nova Scotia, to real estate developer in Chicago and New York City. Sheldon introduces a multitude of characters, and Roddy McDowall is able to make them all come alive for the listener. Lara's slight Scottish accent is in sharp contrast to her father's Scottish brogue, made thicker by his heavy alcohol consumption. McDowall captures the dialects of all the Glass Bay tenants, the stammer of Lara's partner, Howard Keller, and the raspy voice of Paul Martin so accurately that a mental image of the characters emerges. C.W. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine

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Black Water Transit
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Black Water Transit

By Stroud, Carsten

Brilliance Audio, 2002-07-28. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 1587887193 From Publishers WeeklyStroud reaches into his deep well of talent and comes up with this ferociously driven, intricately woven thriller about a New York businessman trying to fight his way out of a government frame. At center stage is Jack Vermillion, the workaholic owner of Black Water Systems, a successful shipping company. His only disappointment in life is his son, Danny, a thief and drug addict now in federal prison. In an attempt to cut a better deal for Danny, Vermillion rats out a client, former army colonel and sharpshooter Earl Pike, who wants to ship guns to Mexico. When federal officials move in to seize the shipment, several of them get shot to death by a long-range sniper. It's Vermillion, however, not Pike, who is arrested for the slaughter, ostensibly because an ambitious federal prosecutor sees an opportunity to confiscate everything he owns under asset forfeiture laws. Meanwhile, as Vermillion tries to figure out what happened, New York police detective Casey Spandau is equally frustrated. She's investigating a double murder, but can't get any evidence on the man she knows committed it: Earl Pike. Stroud (Close Pursuit; Sniper's Moon) masterfully handles the converging story lines, each drawing upon their own vivid scenery and characters so fresh they snap. Throughout, Stroud never missteps in either tone or pacing; as usual, his blunt portrayal of law enforcement as a deeply troubled institution is highly convincing he notes that "the law is a machine for processing and canning garbage meat." As for the writing, it's brawny and vigorous and seasoned with dark humor much supplied by Vermillion's business partner, the cerebral, wisecracking Creek Johnson. Stroud provides a brutally frank glimpse into government deceit, personal ambition and criminal motivation. (Aug. 15)Forecast: This excellent thriller rapturously blurbed by Tony Hillerman and Jonathan Kellerman, among others has the potential to be Stroud's breakout book, but sales success will depend primarily on word-of-mouth publicity.Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.From Library JournalIn this fast-paced novel, a shadowy ex-soldier approaches container ship company owner Jack Vermillion with a business proposition. The soldier wants to send a shipment of arms overseas without alerting the ATF. This deal solves a personal problem for Jack, who agrees to turn the soldier and the arms over to the ATF in return for a reduction of jail time for his problem son. However, the tables are turned on Jack, who finds himself on the run from a drug smuggling charge while trying to find the person who set him up. Stroud's (Sniper's Moon) story, read by Bruce Reizen, holds the listener's interest and contains many colorful characters, ranging from a cold-blooded federal lawyer to a handful of New York City cops. The dialog features many excellent one-liners as well. Not a great work of art but a fun summer diversion; for larger audio collections. - Stephen L. Hupp, West Virginia Univ. at ParkersburgCopyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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Raveling: A Novel
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Raveling: A Novel

By Smith, Peter Moore

Hachette Audio, 2000-07-01. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 1570429103 From Library JournalThough revolving around the 20-year-old unsolved disappearance of a young girl, Smith's exceptional first novel is foremost a tale of family. Since his sister's vanishing, diagnosed schizophrenic Pilot Airie has had plenty of time to question his sanity and wonder if he truly recalls what happened on the evening of her disappearance. With the help of Katherine, the psychologist appointed to help him after a recent episode, Pilot attempts to remember that fateful night to begin his own healing process. While Pilot's account is the centerpiece of the story, each member of his family must undergo a catharsis: the control-freak brother, the mother who can't accept the breakup of her family, and the distant father who can't stop blaming himself for his daughter's disappearance. This wonderfully simple, engaging, and well-written story deserves a spot in public library fiction collections.---Craig Shufelt, Gladwin Cty. Lib., MICopyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.Entertainment Weekly, 7/21/00"...as original as it is absorbing...a resolution that's satisfying on both a narrative and moral level." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.From AudioFileWith its opening lines, listeners will know this is no ordinary mystery. Pilot James Airie, a diagnosed schizophrenic named after his father's career as an airline pilot, decides to take it upon himself to put the family back together twenty years after the disappearance of his sister. Eric Stoltz lends to this audiobook the vocal finesse of a surgeon, injecting the slightest amount of color into each character, making them each stand out as individuals in their pain, denial, and eventual acceptance of their lives. Listeners will be taken by surprise with this dark and intricately woven tale of a family's journey toward wholeness. R.A.P. ?

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Downtown
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Downtown

By Siddons, Anne Rivers

Harper Audio, 1994-07-01. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 1559947322 From Publishers WeeklyMcBain shows a lighter side while providing lots of fast action in this complicated story of a Floridian caught up in Manhattan madness.Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.From Kirkus ReviewsMcBain lays off the 87th Precinct for a zany Christmas adventure that takes off like a nuclear-powered roller coaster: hick Florida orange-grower Michael Barnes, looking to catch the last plane out of Manhattan after a business trip, gets hustled by a pair of sharpies, then, minus his driver's license, turns his car over to a movie producer who ditches him and drives it away, and then, leaving the police station where he's reported his bad luck, gets held up by a masked Chinese gunman who leads him, when they're both chased by a police officer in lingerie (don't ask), to a high-stakes crapshoot. Just when you're figuring this for a remake of The Out-of-Towners and Blind Date (two of the few movies McBain doesn't refer to directly sooner or later), Michael hears that the movie producer's been found dead in Michael's rented car, along with Michael's wallet and ID- -except, as Michael and gorgeous chauffeur Connie Kee find out, it isn't really the movie producer at all, but the little man in a humongous drug-ring they'd better look into if they're going to keep Michael (instantly famous from the late-night TV news) out of stir. Ramshackle plotting toward the end, as usual with recent McBains, but still slick and professionally funny--a real grabber.

$7.79

This Rock
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This Rock

By Morgan, Robert

HighBridge Company, 2001-10-01. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 1565115031

$3.35

Acts of Faith
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Acts of Faith

By Segal

Simon & Schuster Audio, 1992-04-01. Audio Cassette. Good. 0671760130

$6.74

Evening: A Novel
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Evening: A Novel

By Susan Minot

Random House Audio, 1998-10-06. Audio Cassette. Like New. 0375404384

$2.99

Summer of Fear
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Summer of Fear

By Parker, T. Jefferson

St Martins Pr (a), 1993-07-01. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 1559272554

$5.99

Double Image
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Double Image

By Morrell, David

Penguin Putnam~trade. Audio Cassette. Like New. 078711703X

$7.99

High Tide
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High Tide

By Deveraux, Jude; Jenna Stern

Simon & Schuster Audio, 1999-11-01. Audio Cassette. Very Good. 0671046233

$3.40

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